They do sound precarious, leaning on each other. Nice to see you, Rob.
lovely balance to these lines and just a touch of the precarious
The image is as interesting as your write, I am thinking of Klimt. I saw his golden woman in NY. An interesting artist.
Yes, it IS a bit reminiscent of Klimt.
Loved how your words mirrored and painted the images of tilt.Donna@LivingFromHappiness
I think that marble will feel the gravity.
That was awesome!ZQ
I can feel the last three lines.
Some great wordsmithing in this wonderfully constructed extended - and nuanced - metaphor.
Reminds me of Klimt as well...I loved the idea of how they are held up together..cracking together...
Though you expressed two,i pictured the tilt of the Eiffel Tower, the idea and the artist, coming alive, held together by gravityLively discussion in your poem, of art becoming. Much love...
Quite a visual...klimptish profundity.
Nice ekphrastic piece. It hangs on my wall and a friend thought it was a parrot!
Good read here.